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THK DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
Thirty Feet of Danger .
The intestinal canal is an important part of every
individual, important every inch of its thirty feet.'
The upper portion of it is intended for the diges
tion of food and absorption of its useful portions.
Hut the lower part is concerned with the elimina
. turn of waste material.
It is, in other words, the great sewer of the body.
, The more food eaten, the greater the waste. If
sewer becomes clogged up, its contents stagnate
and become more and more dangerous.
Constipation means more than failure to evacuate
the bowels regularly and thoroughly. It means
stagnation, increased fermentation, putrefaction
and germ action.- - Increased amounts of inhaling
and poisonous substances are formed. Absorption
of these into the blood follows Self-poisoning
Danger, disorder, disease, or even death follow.
Pills, purgative mineral waters, castor oil, salts,
etc., do not cure constipation or prevent its con- ,
sequences. They make it worse because they do
not only irritate the bowels, but they 'wear out"
ili effect, and so must be taken in increasing doses,
"making constipatiori a habit. j . . -
. But the Nujol Treatment for Constipation over- .
comes constipation by helping Nature re-establish
. easy, daily, thorough bowel evacuation as 'regular
as clockwork." M .
Nujol prevents stagnation and self-poisoning.
Nujol forms no habit, except a natural, healthy habit.
After Nujol has trained the bowels to act, it can
be dispensed with.
Nllj Ol for constipation
THIS EVEN1NC ON
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You may luffir from substitutes.
LED BY FOUR COMPANIES
OF THE OREGON GUARD
Every Citizen Of City Expect-
ed To Appear In
Renarkable values fa for muffs, Capes 'and1 neckpieces. Some fa Hatch Sets.
Tonight the citizens of Salem will
celebrate the announcement that the ar
mistice had been signed, that tho Amer
icans had taken Sedan,' and that tho
war is over. :
Although there has ben a general
celebration during the entire day and
business has been suspended, it was de
cided at a meeting held at the Commer
cial club this morning to fitly observe
the occasion by a great muss meeting to
be held in tho business district and a
great parade, to be one of the largest
ever held in the city.
Plans for the celebration thig even
ing are as follows:
The parado will form at 6:15 o'clock
at the armory and will move promptly
As is most lining on an occasion
like this, the parade will be led by the
four companies of the Oregon Guard
and Company M of the Oregon Nation
al Guard, with tho Cherrian band
State officers will march next in the
parade, then the .city and county ad-
iimisriition, judges of the Oregon su
premo court, members of the Q. A. B.
and affiliating bodies, students army
training corps of Willamette University
and university students, high school
students and others from tho public
schools, and then the general public
which includes fraternal organisations.
The lino of march, forming on Ferry
street at tho armory will be Liberty to
State street, west on State to Commer
cial, north on Commercial to Chemeketa,
east on Chemekota to High, south on
High to Stato, west on State to Libor-
ty, north on Liberty to Courtj' whore
the exorcises .of te evening will bo
hold, beginning at 7 o'clock. No auto-
biles will be in the parade.
Evory citizen in the city is invited
to participate in tho parado and cole
bration thig evening, and all are invited
to bring horns and to make all the
noiso possiblo to fittingly observe Uie
At the meeting this morning to ar
range for the celebration and parado,
Hal D. Fatton, as King Bing of tho
Chcrrians, was elected chairman. To
M. Pierce Carried
County By Nineteen Mc-NaryBy33S9.'
, Governor - Withycombe lost Marion
county by 19 votes, as shown by com
plete returns from all the precincts in
the county. In this county the govern
or received 4346 votes and Walter M.
Pierce, his democratic opponent, receiv
Complete returns en the other of
fices which were contested are as fol
lows: . . .
United States senator (long term)
McNary 6102, West 2703.
State treasurer hoff 5394, Mason
Justice supreme court, to fill vacan
cyBennett 931, Coke 736, Olson 581,
State senator (two to electl Brown
3217, Lachmund 5285, 'LaFollott 4259.
County judge Bushey o829, Clark
Justice of the peaco, Salom district
Rinehart 1556, Unruh 2543;
. Normal schools Yes, 1329, no 5940.
Children's home Yes 1371, jio 6423.
.Rogue river fishing bill Yes 1900,
Willamctto river fishing bill YTes
2282, no 3859. "
Delinquent tax publication Yes
2041, no 4115.
Additional state tax Yes 1823, no
S. A. Hughes, Seymour Jones, David
H. Looney, Ivan G. Martin and George
W. Weeks woro elocted state represent
atives without opposition;
Other county officials elected without
opposition are W. I. Needbunt sneriff,
U. G. Boyer county clerk, D. G Dra
gcr county treasurer B. B. Eorrick sur
veyor, A. M. Clough coroner, Mildred
Robertson Brooks, recorder. W. H. Gou
let, commissioner, Walter E. DcLong
constable for Salem district. -
OlcJ, White Corner Building
hzkm s Greatest Women s Apparel Stare t
i i .
Coat and Suit Sale !
Yourself That these Hand- 1
CYRIL RICHARDSON CABLES- , Independence high school and of the
PARENTS THAT HE IS WOUNDED Monmouth normal. He was one of the
. . first volunteers from this placo and
nrlependcnce, Or., Nov. 6.-Mr. and . , J ' . h . '
with Company ' M, Oregon, ., National
Guard, lead tho parade. .
Dr. H. C. Epley was appointed mar
shal of the parade and given authority
to appoint his aidos. John H. Todd,
superintendent of tho public schools,
was asked to arrango for tho singingfct
Court and Liberty streets during the
evening exercises, in which all wcio to
take part. - 1 '
Committees have been appointed foi
tho preparing of appropriate transpar
ent signs, one of which is to suggoslt
hat autocracy is ' doacL Committees
wore lo- appointed to eeofer with .the
pastors . ux utu uuurcJtcB,. uojvmg bun
church peoplo of the City to take part
in the evening's celebration.
At tho corner of Court and Liberty,
the program 4f the evening will include
three -imnuto talks by Governor withy
combe, Col. Geo. 8. Young, of Willam
ette University, Judgo Lawrence Harris
of tho Supreme Court, Socrctary of
State Ben 1 Olcott, State .Treasurer
Tom Kay, Walter Denton and others.
Beginning Friday, Nov. 8th At
SAIFiirS H?PATFT WOWrW'C APPADEl CTABE
Really Sensational Values Offered In Women's Fine Winter Ready-To-Wear
APPAREL V . I
Including Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Furs And Millinery.
We invite you to compare the ValuesTo Convince
some Coats and Suits Offer a Good bit more Than Your Money's Worth.
H12.50 To $50.00 Women's Coats $37.50 T
Look where you will, you'll not find another such stock
of handsome new coats in all Salem. Coats for all oc
casions and of every desirable material direct from Am
erica's foremost coatmakers including wool velours,
plushes, burellas, velvets, broadcloth, Kerseys, Silver
tone and kindred materials. Belted nr
semi-fitting models. We have them:
1 Browns, greens, taupe, navy, black, bur
gundy, plum and other leading colors,
specially priced ,
New Fall And Winter Coats, Special
Smart new belted models. Some with large convertible
collars, round or square effects. New plaited styles
i ana military models, uneviots, velours,
I . meltons, burrellas, broadcloth and vel
vets, in all the leading colors. Sale
price . . . , , .;. i J t
Misses And Women's Utility Coats. Values To $30.00.
Sale Price $24.50
Smart new Belted Coats with large convertible collars in
round or square effects; new plaited
styles and military models in latest de
signs.. Cheviots, velours, meltons, bur
ellas and mixtures. All sizes. Leading
Every oerion in Salem 'is invited to
arrange the program, a committee waslparticipato in the parado and in tho
appointed consisting of W.- D. Evans,! short exercises to Jjo hold at 7 o'clock,
I Beautiful Crepe de Chine and Georgette Wasts Priced from . ,l. . . .$2.95 To $15.00
Mrs. J. W. Richardson received a ca
blegram from their son, Cyril, yester
day stating that he had been slightly
wounded but would be all right in a
few days. He is a graduate of the
several months. He has a brother.
Marion, a member of the marines who
is also in France.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
U. 6. Shipley and Walter Winslow,
Frank J. Chapman was , appointed a
committee of one to confer with Ivan
Martin in regard to securing tho Vher
Paul Stcgo and Frank West were
named as a committee on fireworks.
A. A. Lee was assigned- tho. duty of
arranging with Willamette University
for the dismissing of classes for the day
and the participation in the parado of
the a. A. T. v. and all other students of
E. H. Choate was named as chairman
of a committee to confer with Col. A.
T. Woolpert, who announced at once
that the four companies of the Oregon
guard would appear in uniform and
fc$l3g5$&33$$$319l An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade KyITWyil'Wj
SPECIAL HOLIDAY DISPLAY OF SILK, WOOL AND
Scores of Jovely new styles are here, many of them hav
ing just arrived. See them now. You will find the display
extremely interesting, not only from a style viewpoint
but also from a consideration of the attractive designs
and the excellence of the materials. The prices are most
reasonable. . '
A SPECIAL L0T
Values to $35 . . .
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Tho parado will movo promptly at 6:30
from the armory. ,tfwnn ,
Crazed With Enthusiasm,
With the flash over the special wire
into the Capital Journal offieo that the
armistice had been signed and the wnr
was over, Salem went wild with ex
citement. Wifliin a few minutes after tho no
tice was posted on the bullotin board,
the news spread like wild fire through
out the city. FiiBt was the sounding
of whistles, then tho chiming of the
church bells and then tho loud clamor
f the fire bell, announcing to all that
something tremendous, had happcnci.
For'onco in its sedate life tho city
of Salem went wild. There was. no
such thing as business. Within a few
minutes after the news was confirmed,
business houses began closing and every
body, both men and women were on
the streets blowing horns, rcjo.i-ig iu
the wonderful news.
At the state house excitement reign
ed supreme. Everybody laid asido the
work of the day and a parade was
soon formed by stato house employes,
These wcro joined by the students of
Willamette university and the student
army training corps, all adding their
share to the general rejoicing. ...
As boys with loud horns wore soon
flying about in autos, people began to
stream down town, all eager to hear
the tremendous news. Auto horn, and
thousands of loud patriotic tin horns
were distributed and among those pan
ticipating in tho hurrah were the young
women, anticipating the return of tho
boyg over there.
A parado two blocks long was formed
in the business district. The flag of
the armory was carried by a dozen en
thusiastic young girls marching iu tho
parade. Firecrackers reminded the
older ones of the famous old-time
Fourth of July celebrations. Boys ran
about firing blank pistols. Delivery
wagons with tooting auto horns added
to the general excitement.
Never in the history of the eity has
there been such a spontaneous outpour
ing of the citizenship. The town simply
wont wild. Telephone operators were
simply buried in the avalanche of calls,
all demanding immediate information
as to the ringing of the belli and
shrieking whistles. One drygoods Mtore
as soon ag the news was eonfirmed,
pot out the sign "This store is closed
all day for the biggest day in its history."
Within half an hour of the issue of
the Capital Journal special announcing
that the fighting would Stop at
o'clock today and that the Americans
had taken the famous city of Sedan
hundreds of flags wce flying from ev
ery office and business house in the
eity. While the 8. A. T. C. boys were
beaver, etc. Some
satin crepe and
other . fine materials, turbans,
sailor and largo velvet hats are
included. Neatly trimmed with
wings, feathers, ornaments and
ribbons. The assortments of
shapes include, small, large And
medium sizes, black and all the
leading colors are represented.
Other Ready-To-Wear Hats in
Best of Colors, Materials and
Shapes at $5.76, $7.50, $10, $12.50
The hats will be displayed in
two groups as follow!
OROUP NO. 1.
$500 Trimmed Hats
6.00 Trimmed Hats
$0.50 Trimmed Huts
$7.00 Trimmed Hats
Salo Price 3four Choice
GROUP NO. 2
$7.50 Trimmed Hutu
$8.00 Trimmed Hats
$8.50 Trimmed Hats
$9.00 Trimmed Hats
Sale Price Your Choice
S Special $37.50
$4250 To $55.00 Suits $37.50:
Fall and Wintor Suits direct from America's foremost
makors como an express shipment of smart styles for
street and dress occasions, -plain tailored and nov
elty styles. - Many with large collars trimmod with
furs or plush, others are trimmed with bmid and but
tons. Matorials aro serges, broad cloth, gabardines,
tricotines, wool velours and mixtures, brown, gray,
navy, taupe, green and plum color in a good ossort-
mtijii, ui Bizus.
SUITS WORTH $42 50
SUITS WORTH $15.1
SUITS WORTH $47.5
And another group of plain tailored and novelty uits
for young ladies and women. Every new and worthy
design from the foremost American coat and suit
makers. Smart styles for street and dress occasions.
Novelty end plain tailored models. Prevailing mater
ials are serges, gabardines, broadcloths ,wool velours,
tricotines, etc. All colors and sizes- . . ffOA C A
Regular Values to $40.00. Halo prieo faJ.DU
$25.00 To $30.00 Silk And Serge
Patin, Serge, Tricotinc, Woo', Jersey and Broadcloth
Dresses. Fashionable new fall models and colorings,
Deep Tunc and Ovorskirt Models. Braid Trimmed
Bonio embroidered. All shades are 'represented.
I $17.50 to $21.00 Silk, Satin and Serge Dresses, latest models for ........$12.50 I
firing salutes, tho Willamette Univor-j
sity girls were blowing horns and car
rying flags. Autos were daBhing about
with enthusiastic women ringing bells
of every description and waving flags.
It hag been a great day for Bulera
and Salem arose to the occasion.
France Goes Wild
Over Armistice News
Returns from the lower Willamette
vallcyand tho Coos Bay country are
expected to narrow the margin between
Olson and Coke and possibly swing it
tun other way.
Tho detailed vote on Wo above of
fices is as follows:
United States Senator
MeNary ....... 35,052
Franco, Nov. 7. (6:30
When the news of the
signing of the armifttice was ro
ceived here late this afternoon
tho city wont wild wilh joy.
The nownpnper Dcla De I'eche $
issued bulletins and extra edi-
tions whilo the factory sirens
were blown and the whistles on
tho boats joined in the tumult.
American soldiers were kissed
and clieercd by the population
Brest is a great landing port
for American soldiers in France
McNary Both Elected;
Supreme Judge In Doubt
Portland, Or., Nov. 7. Tho latest re
turns available from the stuto at large,
including 350 Multnomah county
cincts complete, givo MeNary the
for United State senator by. 12,682
votes Withycombe the lead for govern
or by 7740 votes and Conrad Olson
the leading place in the contest for the
vacancy upon the supreme bench caus
ed by the recent death of Chief Justice
Frank A. Moore by 10S8 votes.
West . ...;.. 42,370
Pierce ; 45,833
Withycombe t 53,593
Supreme Court Justice
Olson : 8,080
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